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Saturday, January 10, 2009

Egyptian minister: 'It's all Hamas' fault'

Yet another Egyptian minister has gone on record as blaming the entire situation in Gaza on Hamas. But what's unusual about this one is how blunt it is.
Egypt again blamed Hamas for the IDF's Operation Cast Lead. In an interview Saturday, Egyptian labor Minister Aisha Abed el-Hadi said that the Hamas leadership had “adopted a radical, terrorist approach,” which was causing untold suffering to Gazans, especially because of its “stubborn refusal to agree to a cease fire with Israel.”

She added that while Egypt had opened the Rafiach crossing to allow injured Gazans to seek medical treatment in Egypt, Cairo would not allow other Gaza residents into Sinai, “in order not to allow Israel to accomplish its goal of resettling the Palestinians in Sinai.”
Ah, so that's why they're not letting the poor 'Palestinians' out of Gaza. Anyone still question whether the 'Palestinians' plight was caused by their Arab brethren?

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At 6:08 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

The Egyptians could probably take care of Hamas without all the international uproar. No one cares when Arabs kill Arabs. They only get roused when the Jews get in to the action.


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